Historic droughts, the fastest growing populations in the country, and unsettled law have combined to create a perfect legal storm for landowner water rights in Texas. Water quantity, water pollution, upstream users, and offers to buy or lease water rights, as well as regulation by local governments, are issues many owners of rural land face today or will in the very near future. Braun & Gresham helps landowners understand their rights and create strategies to protect themselves now.

“Braun had the expertise to make it all happen. They provided the insight, integrity, and respect necessary to engage successfully with all entities involved. They were very fair-minded and creative with their thinking – they just wouldnt except ‘no’ for an answer.”

Cecilia Dahlstrom Barrentine
Landowner

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Water Rights News

  • Rural Relationships – Domestic and Livestock Use of Surface Water

    With the amount of rainfall we have had in recent months, many landowners are concerned about Domestic and Livestock use of surface water(“D&L Use”). Though a common practice on rural land, not all landowners understand their rights and obligations in relationship … Continue reading →Read More »
  • Braun & Gresham Announces 2015 Spring Webinar Series

    Braun & Gresham is proud to announce our 2015 spring webinar series, kicking off on April 2, 2015 with The Importance of Updating Your Estate Plan with attorney Margaret Menicucci. This series will feature webinars from Understanding Your Property Taxes and Notice … Continue reading →Read More »
  • Water Issues Webinar for Realtors

    Margaret Menicucci is partnering with the Texas Association of Realtors to host an educational webinar for commercial realtors entitled, “Water Issues Every Broker of Rural Land Should Know”. This webinar will take place on October 29, from 10:00 am to … Continue reading →Read More »

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